Buick presented the new 2013 Enclave, an advancement of the business' top of the line three-column extravagance hybrid. It offers new styling, new wellbeing advances, in-vehicle network and a more refined driving background.
Driven daytime running lights and LED taillamps supplement a more etched outside configuration. The inside is more contemporary, with encompassing lighting and IntelliLink in-vehicle interchanges with touch-screen control and route. The business' first front focus air sack framework and new double stream front struts highlight the wellbeing and execution improvements.
"The 2013 Enclave advances the award-winning design, craftsmanship and technology that reintroduced Buick to a new generation of customers," said Tony DiSalle, U.S. vice president of Buick Marketing. "We evolved the interior and exterior design, increased luxury amenities and materials, and engineered purposeful technologies that will make the Enclave continue to resonate with luxury crossover owners."
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